Accelerating research for faster wireless – College of Engineering – University of Wisconsin-Mason.
Kevin Zhu (UW-Madison) shows Ali Niknejad (UC-Berkeley) the 28 GHz CAP-MIMO testbed from our lab at the mmW RCN meeting held in Madison on July 19.
Exciting 2nd Workshop Program Shaping Up | NSF Millimeter-Wave RCN.
2nd Workshop of the NSF mmWave Research Coordination Network to be held on July 19-20, 2017, in beautiful Madison, WI. Check out the exciting program for charting the mmWave research and technology development agenda for the next 5 years. Leading researchers from industry and academia contributing to keynotes, panels, breakouts, posters, demos and more. Register on the website to attend – there are still some spaces left!
Symposium showcases gamut of student research, some of it already making lives better.
Omar and Viet gave a lightning talk on their experience in our lab. Great job guys!
The New mmW “Porcupine” Channel Sounder from NI and AT&T is Missing Quills (Beams)! | Akbar Sayeed | Pulse | LinkedIn.
I am afraid this is a “wounded” porcupine – many of the quills (beams) are missing! Using a lens antenna array for the sectors (as in the CAP-MIMO prototype below developed at the UW-Madison) would make the porcupine whole again! With a lens array, each “sector” covered by a single horn antenna above, would be larger (to fill the gaps in coverage) and spanned by many beams (16 shown below) – thereby replacing the missing quills (beams)!
This is very disappointing coming from two industrial leaders – especially given all we know at this time! We can do a lot better!
Second Workshop, July 2017 | NSF Millimeter-Wave RCN.
The submission deadline for one-page white papers is next Monday: April 3, 2017!